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Question 1:
Who was the successor of Democratic-Republican Party?
Party disbanded in 2009
National Tube Company
Christian-Democratic National Peasants' Party
Jacksonians , National Republican Party

Question 2:
Where does Democratic-Republican Party come from?
the United States
Denmark
United States
USA

Question 3: [3] It was the dominant ________ in the United States from 1800 to 1824, when it split into competing factions.
IdeologyPolitical partyPoliticsParliamentary system

Question 4: The "National Republicans," led by ________, John Quincy Adams and John C. Calhoun, eventually favored higher tariffs, a stronger national defense, and "internal improvements" (public works projects).
James G. BlaineJohn G. CarlisleHenry ClayDaniel Webster

Question 5: The party's electors secured a majority in the 1800 election, but an equal number of electors cast votes for Jefferson and ________.
Aaron BurrDaniel S. DickinsonMartin Van BurenJacob K. Javits

Question 6:
What ideology does Democratic-Republican Party subscribe to?

Question 7: ________ wrote in his Inquiry Into the Origin and Course of Political Parties in the United States that the party's name had changed from Republican to Democratic and that Jefferson was the founder of the party.
Martin Van BurenFranklin D. RooseveltJohn C. CalhounJames Buchanan

Question 8: The Democratic-Republican Party was founded by Thomas Jefferson and ________ around 1792.
James MadisonJohn JayAlexander HamiltonJames Monroe

Question 9: ________, John Quincy Adams, and Henry Clay ran as Republicans, although they were not nominated by any national body.
Andrew JacksonMartin Van BurenAl GoreGeorge M. Dallas

Question 10: The party dominated Congress and most state governments; it was weakest in ________.
Northeastern United StatesSouthern United StatesNew EnglandMidwestern United States
















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